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You could never find a surface solid enough to stand on Saturn because the planet is less dense than water

A. solid enough to stand on Saturn
D. on Saturn that is solid enough to stand


My pick was D, OA is A. Please explain.

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"that is" would indicate that the surface is standing on Saturn rather than "you."
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